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Zencity Secures $40 Million to Power Up AI-Driven Government Decisions

Previously recognized as a leader in responsible AI for the public sector, Zencity is committed to enhancing government-citizen communication.


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Zencity, an Israeli startup providing offering AI-powered community insights for governments, has secured $40 million in Series C funding. This investment, led by StepStone Group with participation from existing investors, brings Zencity’s total funding to $91 million.

Founded in 2015, Zencity empowers local governments with data-driven insights into their residents’ needs. Their platform leverages AI and big data to “eliminate the guesswork from policymaking,” as the company states.

Zencity goes beyond traditional channels, offering a “cross-channel platform” designed to ensure all residents have a voice. Their solution gathers feedback from various sources, online and offline, providing a comprehensive picture of community needs. Advanced AI then analyzes this data, generating actionable insights for governments. This empowers them to:

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Prioritize resources effectively
Track performance with greater accuracy
Build stronger connections with their communities
Introducing the Zencity AI Assistant

Zencity is further enhancing its offerings with the launch of the “Zencity AI Assistant.” This innovative tool streamlines the process of collecting and analyzing community feedback, saving valuable time and resources for local governments.

“We are committed to building trust between governments and their communities,” says Zencity CEO Eyal Feder-Levy. “This partnership allows us to invest in technology, people, and most importantly, our partners, to achieve this mission.” He emphasizes how AI tools like the Zencity AI Assistant empower local leaders to gather meaningful input and make data-driven decisions that benefit their communities.

This rewrite condenses the information, highlights Zencity’s core value proposition (AI for better policymaking), and emphasizes the newsworthy aspect: the launch of the Zencity AI Assistant.

A cross-channel platform, Zencity says that their solutions take civic engagement to the next level by ensuring that local governments can easily hear from and understand all of their community members’ real-time needs and priorities.

The Zencity platform gathers and analyzes millions of feedback points from the online and offline touchpoints that residents have with their city. Then, using advanced AI and machine learning, the company says that it distills” reliable, actionable insights from this data. Local governments use Zencity’s insights to better prioritize resources, track performance more effectively, and – perhaps most importantly – connect more deeply with their communities.”

Zencity, a leading provider of AI solutions for government, has unveiled the “Zencity AI Assistant.” This innovative tool empowers governments to gather and analyze community feedback more efficiently, saving them valuable time and resources.

Previously recognized as a leader in responsible AI for the public sector, Zencity is committed to enhancing government-citizen communication.



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